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. >>> this coming week, jodi arias is expected back on the witness stand, answering questions from her attorneys as they try to repair any damage they think was caused by the prosecutor's withering cross-examination. then it's the jury's turn, because in arizona, jurors are given the chance to question witnesses. thanks for watching this "ac 360" special report. woman who would one day stab, slash, and shoot him. were there warning signs? dr. drew pinsky and mark geragos to look at the surreal murder trial of jodi arias. >>> also, john mccain tells me there's plenty of blame to go around for the cuts, and he said some of those cuts could put american lives at risk. >>> we begin with a man who watched his brother swallowed up by the earth and the nightmare isn't over yet. the sinkhole that opened up late last night inside this home in a tampa suburb. that's right, a sinkhole inside the home. at much as 30 feet across and it's getting deeper now. the frantic 911 call came in just after 11:00 last night. the anguish and fear is raw and captured on the tape. >> yes, we need an ambulance and he's stu
to the arias case. the jodi arias case. how travis alexander met jodi arias. were there any signs as the relationship developed that he was dealing with a dangerous woman? dr. drew pinsky joins us and mark geragos. >> the new developments in the aurora theater shooter. documents have been released, and they could shed light on a possible plea. go to e-trade andt how much our advice and guidance costs. spoiler alert: it's low. it's guidance on your terms, not ours. e-trade. less for us. more for you. [ female announcer ] roc® retinol correxion max. the power of roc® retinol is intensified with a serum. it's proven to be 4x better at smoothing lines and deep wrinkles than professional treatments. roc® max for maximum results. and deep wrinkles than professional treatments. ( ♪ ) for those nights when it's more than a bad dream, be ready. for the days when you get a sudden call from the school, be ready. for the times you need to double-check the temperature on the thermometer, be ready. when you have children's motrin on hand, you're ready. for high fever, nothing works faster
happened. what caused travis alexander his life, and why jodi arias suddenly became a killer. i'm randi kaye. thanks for watching. >> he wrote, quote, we must object to the decision to allow small knives back in the aircrafts. joining us is the international president of the association of flight attendants. what do you make of this? you must be pleased that the delta ceo is weighing in on the side of the flight attendants. why are you opposed to this? >> it's completely unnecessary to introduce a weapon to the aircraft. introduce knives back into the cabin. makes no sense. >> is it out of concern for the safety of flight attendants and other personnel onboard the aircraft that is your primary concern here? >> well, as flight attendants, we're in charge of the entire cabin. so our job is to be the first responders in any event and also the last line of defense in our nation's aviation security, so the attempt to reintroduce knives on board absolutely could impact any passenger on board, and we're there for safety and to protect each and every passenger on each and every flight. >> the c
get 50% off brake pads and shoes at meineke. >>> for 18 days, jodi arias was on the stand creating a specific mix of strange details. with hers and with the death penalty. much more on the trial ahead on "ac 360." anderson? >> randi, thanks. evening, everyone. it is 11:00 here on the east coast. an investigation reveals how little some human lives seem to be worth. also, bizarre new video surfacing. this is jodi arias in a police interrogation room moments before she's charged with murder. that's not all she did on camera, standing on her head? plus, republican centers, the issue of same-sex marriage is personal from their families. you'll hear from rob portman and john mccain as a reaction to that tonight. we begin with an important story. drew griffin investigating the killing of an african american man along a rural road in mississippi doing something that police have been doing there that they haven't been doing. african-american man was allegedly targeted by a car with three white kids in it. the driver was charged with murder but despite the circumstances, authorities did not
at meineke. >>> for 18 days, jodi arias was on the stand creating a specific mix of strange details. with hers and with the death penalty. much more on the trial ahead on "ac 360." anderson? >> randi, thanks. evening, everyone. it is 11:00 here on the east coast. also, bizarre new video surfacing. this is jodi arias in a police interrogation room moments before she's charged with murder. that's not all she did on camera, standing on her head? we begin with an important story. drew griffin investigating the killing of an african american man along a rural road in mississippi doing something that police have been doing there that they haven't been doing. african-american man, another killing, another potential murder, another possible hate crime, only this time, those same authorities did not even see fit to investigate. not for more than three whole years, not until drew griffin began asking questions did they even try and find out what happened? they didn't even try. drew griffin did. >> reporter: the cross is so far off the road, you might never notice it unless you were looking fo
to drama and deception and dirty little secrets. jodi arias broke down today. she's been on the stand for a whopping 13 days now. 13 days. the whole time until today, calmly and cooley talking about the most intimate details of her relationship with a man named travis alexander, a man she now admits to killing in 2008. today it focused on the day she actually killed travis alexander, slit his throat from ear to ear. and pretty much telling anyone who would listen that masked intruders were to blame and they also tried to kill her. all of those were lies. the trial is reaching a crucial point. finally now, after 13 days, the prosecut prosecutor grilled arias today about the killing itself. that's when her unflappable demeanor finally cracked. we warn you, the story contains graphic photos and testimony. >> tears from jodi arias. she broke down on the stand as the first photo of travis alexander's body was displaced in court. it showed him twisted and crumpled on the shower floor. >> man, were you crying when you were shooting him? >> i don't remember. >> were you crying when you were s
, deception, and dirty secrets. jody arias has broken down on the stand. she's been on the stand for 13 days now. the whole time, until today, calmly and coolly talking about the most intimate details about her relationship with a man named travis alexander, a man she admits killing in 2008. so much of her testimony has been about phone sex and textt messages, but today, it focussed on the day she actually killed alexander. shot him, stabbed him 29 times, slit his throat from ear to ear. the prosecution is trying to show she intended to kill him all along. she said it was in self defense, but remember, she changed her story twice before, saying she wasn't near his house, and then tellingon anyone who would listen that masked intruders were to blame. after all that tawdry preamble, after 13 days, the prosecutor grilled arias today about the killing itself. that's when her unflappable demeanor finally cracked. we warn you, the story contains graphic photos and testimony. >> tears from jodi arias. she broke down on the stand as the first photo of travis alexander's body was displaced in court.
. >>> still to come, an emotional day of testimony in the jodi arias murder trial. she broke down in tears on the stand. we have that moment for you. >>> and dennis rodman is now apparently buddies with the leader of north korea. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you could. go national. go like a pro. >>> we're back with tonight's outer circle, where we reach out to our sources around the world. tonight we go to north korea where former nba star dennis rodman met with the supreme leader, kim jong-un, and took in a basketball game. steven young is covering the story and i asked him how the two dwal got along. >> erin, the former nba star reportedly watched an exhibition game along with north korea's young paramount leader, kim jong-un, according to china's news a
in the jodi arias murder trial. arias took questions directly from the jurors today. only happens in three states. they asked for more than three different versions of what happened the night she shot and stabbed her boyfriend. i'll talk to nancy grace and jeffrey toobin and mark geragos about all of that. also, a lot about politics in d.c. a lot more at the top of the hour. >> that is pretty ridiculous. anything that goes on these days. see you in a few minutes, anderson. >>> and our fifth story, president obama is lazy. these are the explosive comments made by roger ailes. "vanity fair" released an excerpt in which he says ref referring to a comment someone made about ann romney, obama's the one who never worked a day in his life. never earned a penny that wasn't public money. how many fund-raisers does he attend every week? how often does he play basketball and golf. he's lazy. obama said that the barbara walters. all right, he did. i'm going to get to that in a moment, but are those comments rationally charged or just frank talk? michael and van jones, a cnn criminal intenter. racial?
jeffrey dammer. scott peterson looks like dream date ken. look at jodi arias. we have to get over ourselves. numbers 5, 3 and 1 matter. five spots of blood in the apartment where meredith was murdered. mixture of amanda knox's dna and the victim's blood on doorjambs and walls. you cannot explain it away innocently. they lived there for a couple of weeks at the time of the murder. no blood had been there. no mixture has an innocent explanation. the three. she gave three different stories. first said i wasn't there at all. the next story, i was there but it was a hazy memory. she remembered details about the crime that only someone who was there could have known. during the second story. the third story was, oh, i wasn't there at all. third, the number one thing that we should be so angry about her, she falsely accused patrick lamumba. an innocent black man she worked for and she let him rot in jail! falsely accusing him of the crime until he could prove he wasn't there. that's the kind of person she is. she could let an innocent black man rot in jail rather than tell the truth. wha
. those stories and a lot more. the latest on the jodi arias trial, all that and more at the top of the hour. >> all right, anderson. 126 days congress works this year. >>> artistic expression or hugely insensitive. this photo spread has touched off a firestorm. you see it's african queen but look at the model. the model depicted as an african queen is white. today the magazine apologized for using a white model. the reporter also reportedly apologized. but is that enough or did they even need to apologize? buzz feed political reporter, andrew kaczynski, van jones and wendy murphy. van, let me start with you. looking at these, what's your take? >> well, you know, the backstory here is that there's a sense that there's just not enough actual african models being used. so you have to understand part of this is, hold on a second, if you want a real african queen, there's a lot of black models not being used. also this touches on some painful memories from the past where black face was used to make fun of black folks so i think this does touch a deep chord i think for some this does
republic chasing the story. also, in crime and punishment, jodi arias on the stand in arizona. testimony again focused on her sex life and how she said she murdered her boyfriend in self defense. randi kaye was in the court. also joined by jeffrey toobin and criminal defense attorney mark geragos. those stories, dennis rodman's bizarre trip to north korea, meeting with the dictator there, and laura ling, who was imprisoned in north korea, and her sister lisa who tried to free her. also the ridiculist and a lot more. >> looking forward to talking to you. now our fifth story "outfront." dennis rodman played diplomat. fresh off his trip to north korea, he's gushing about his newfound friendship with the brutal dictator of a country notorious for prison camps. >> the kid's only 28 years old. 28. he's not his dad. not his grampa. as a kid, very humble. very strong, as a man. very strong. but he don't want war. he's a great guy. just a great guy. if you sit down and talk to him, he want obama to do one thing -- call him. guess what, what i did, what i did, was history. >> yes, it was. rodman i
what he was like, what impact he had on venezuela and what happens now. >>> also tonight, jodi arias on the stand trying to explain how one gunshot, 29 knife wounds and one cut throat somehow added up to self-defense. i will speak with senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin, hln's nancy grace and criminal defense attorney mark geragos. it was another fascinating day of testimony on the witness stand. those stories also, a side of olympian runner and accused murderer oscar pistorius you might not know, a darker side involving alcohol and guns, cover-ups and intimidation. we send investigative reporter drew griffin to south africa. he is there for us tonight, keeping them honest. all that and tonight's "ridiculist" and more at the top of the hour. >>> our fifth story "outfront," the rise of hate in america. oberland college in ohio suspended classes this week after a student reported seeing someone dressed in ku klux klan robes. it follows a string of recent hate incidents on campus. last august, a 40-year-old ex-soldier turned white supremacist rocker shot up a sikh temple in oak creek,
for jodi aria, time-stamped pictures of her boyfriend she took in the shower before she shot him, repeatedly stabbed him, were crucial to the prosecutor's case. could it have taken only 62 seconds to commit such a heinous act? randi kaye was in the court. we will talk to her along with cnn legal analyst, jeffrey toobin and mark geragos. >>> a skydiver with a failed chute dropping over 5,000 feet, hitting the ground about 30 miles per hour, amazingly has a happy ending. my interview with the sky diver, craig stapleton walks me through the troubled jump which miraculously ended with nothing more than minor injuries. those stories, tonight's "ridiculist" and more. >>> now rev up your engines because this is the latest woman to join the manly world of nascar. but she's not behind the wheel. she's bolting tires in the pit, a physically grueling job that no woman has ever attempted until now. nascar has never seen anything like this. meet christmas joy abbott. yes, that's her real name. she's the first female pit crew member in history to have a shot at competing at elite level nascar
and punishment, this is what jodi arias was doing in a police station minutes before she was charged with the murder of her boyfriend travis alexander. she was doing head stands. will the jury ever see this video or others like it? a lot o is riding on the judge's decision. we'll talk about it with jeffrey toobin. those stories tonight and a lot more at the top of the hour. >> thank you. >>> now our fifth story "outfront." >> the reviews of donald trump's speech are in and your fired may be the next words donald trump hears from his party. donald trump's speech, is he a democratic secret agent? donald trump gave a nonsensical speech and conservatives were dumb struck. donald trump says gop i serious trouble and from the atlantic, donald trump fires everyone's ideas. the atlantic may have a point there. >> the fact is we're run by either very foolish or very stupid people. what's going on in this country is unbelievable. our country is a total mess. a total and complete mess. and what we need is leadership. >> he didn't promise a pick me up. will his speech a dud? tim carney, senior c
? >> yeah. >> dr. drew, thank you very much. good to see you. tonight on "dr. drew on call," jodi arias surprise drama. a special at 9:00 eastern on hln. >>> lost and found, extreme addition. a georgia woman is getting her hawaii vacation photos back after five years. can you imagine? you go out in the middle of the night on one of the awesome underwater things. she loses it while scuba diving in maui. she wrote it off as lost. recently the camera washed up. it looks like the b-2 bomber path i showed earlier. this is taiwan. that's where it showed up 5,200 miles away. and now she's preparing for another trip to pick up her camera and meet the man who found it and actually tracked her down. lindsey scowlin is "outfront" with me tonight. who found your camera? >> a man named douglas ching. he found it in taiwan on february 13th which is their chinese new year. they were walk ago long the beach and it washed ashore covered in seaweed and barnicles. he took a look at it and he realized it was a camera. and then he took it home and saw that all the pictures were intact. >> i got to say, by t
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